ARAL

Who we are?

Company Profile

Aral A.Ş. is founded in Turkey's former trade center Tahtakale in early 1980's when free market economy was accepted and international trade was freed. Aral, who is in the industry for over 30 years, is currently the exclusive distributor of several international brands and also producing and importing several electronic groups. Distribution, marketing, logistics and after-sale services are being handled by over 300 employees.

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Our Worldwide Brands

Exclusive Distributorships

Aral has the exclusive distribution rights of leading video gaming, console and accessories brands, including but not limited to Microsoft Xbox, Electronic Arts, Activision Blizzard, Ubisoft, Konami, Sega, Namco Bandai, Square Enix, Capcom, Razer. In Turkey, exclusive distributor of whole product range of these brands is Aral A.Ş. by signed agreements.

  • Number of Employees
    300
  • Worldwide Brands
    11
  • Distribution Network
    31

Collaborations

Strategic Partnership

The relationship between Microsoft and Hometech goes back to the game and X-Box distributorship of Aral Inc., becoming a formal business partnership on Windows products in 2014. Thanks to its dynamic staff and extensive sales network, Hometech has become Turkey’s best-selling Windows tablet supplier. Hometech offers the most innovative Windows tablet, two in one, laptop and mini computers to Turkey, aiming to be the leading Microsoft partner in Turkey by delivering the most advanced technologies to a wide audience.

To meet Turkey’s advanced technology needs, in 2014 Hometech partnered with the world’s largest and most developed chip manufacturer, Intel. That partnership has enabled us to offer high performance, quality, and stability in tablets with Intel processors have at an an accessible price, leading to impressive customer satisfaction. The Hometech and Intel partnership continues to progress with notebook, mini, 2-in-1 computers, and other innovative products. We’ll continue to develop innovative products with Intel in the future.